A busy month in Adeje


Adeje is organising a plethora of activities through different departments in April

Adeje’s departments are very busy organising a host of different activities with something for just about everyone living in the borough during the month of April.

During this week, on April 4th , the Cruz Roja (Red Cross) are organising a talk on security in sports at 6pm, and in the Adeje Cultural Centre the ‘Educar en Familia’ an on-going series of conferences on educating within families, is running a conference on sex and adolescence, how, why and prevention! On Friday the seniors club have a workshop on self-esteem and personal power (6pm). Saturday April 6th sees a table-tennis tournament in the Youth Centre at 5pm, a talk on Infodrones in the School of Security and Social Harmony at 7pm and the opening of an exhibition, ‘Bahá’u’lláh’ at 9pm. And the weekend (April 7th and 8th) will see a series of National League foot volley games on Torviscas beach .

The second week of the month opens, on April 9th, with a work-shop on parenting in the Adeje Cultural Centre at 6pm. On April 10th and 12th the seniors club have two outings, a trip on a Catamaran, and a spa visit. On April 13th there’s a rap ‘Beat Battle’ in the Youth Centre with 16 rappers competing in eliminatory rounds. Saturday April 14th is a busy day with a walk in La Orotava, a talk on discovering feminism in La Laguna and the VI Solidarity Seniors festival at 6pm in the Adeje Cultural Centre.

On Thursday April 19th at 6pm there is an event on migrant women and the media, on Friday April 21st the senior citizens are off again, visiting the Hermano Pedro cave, on April 25th they have a cinema outing and on April 28th they can go to the show in the Castillo San Miguel.

Towards the end of the month the Costa Adeje Tourism Development Centre (CDTCA) will host a talk on food for oncology patients organised by the Spanish Cancer Association (AECC).

All of the events mentioned will be in Spanish and some may need prior registration, most of them are free. The council also points out that events are subject to last minute change and advises people to check on the Adeje page (www.adeje.es) , or the Adeje app in advance.




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